CNN anchor Chris Cuomo strongly suggested on Thursday night that President Trump was responsible for the death of GOP’s former presidential candidate and business icon Herman Cain.
Cain’s death was announced after hospitalization earlier this month due to coronovirus complications. Critics of the president, however, point to Cain’s presence in Tulsa, Ola. June 20 as the rally where the vocal businessman contracted the fatal disease.
During his inauguration, Cuomo stopped directly from declaring Trump responsible for Cain’s death.
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Cuomo told his audience, “The virus is rapidly swallowing us up. All colors, all stripes, all creeds. It’s just a former presidential candidate, Herman Cain.” “Yes, he supported the President. The President says that he was his good friend. We wish his family well and we want him to be at peace and I want this President to have some There is no peace until he thinks about what he is telling people. “
Cuomo continued, “He didn’t even mention that Mr. Caine was at his rally among the masked public just before his diagnosis. Now, he probably didn’t get there. Surely hell didn’t help.”
The “Quomo Prime Time” host has faced hostility over the past several months, from his hostile confrontation with a cyclist while quarantined for a series of softball interviews conducted by his brother, the Democratic New York government, while recovering from coronovirus Broke it. Cuomo.
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The CNN anchor has been quite vocal with the condemnation of President Trump and both the coronovirus outbreak and Republican Florida Gov. Ron Desantis. However, he is barred by critics for being moderate to favorable coverage of his brother, who has faced intense scrutiny over his controversial New York nursing home policy.